Rumer Willis Joins 'Dancing with the Stars' ' 'Perfect Ten Tour'

The Mirrorball Trophy winner will once again dance with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, starting June 13 in Atlantic City

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You can take the girl out of the ballroom …

PEOPLE can exclusively announce that Dancing with the Stars‘ season 20 Mirrorball Trophy winner Rumer Willis will join the show’s Dancing with the Stars: Live! Perfect Ten tour for 25 dates this summer, beginning June 13.

While cha cha-ing her way to victory with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, Willis “fell in love with dancing and … didn’t want to stop,” she said in a press release for the tour.

“Val and I were lucky enough to have incredible fans that supported us throughout the entire show, and they are the reason we won. I can’t wait to meet the fans and perform for them live.”

Willis, 26, will also give fans a glimpse of her “other passion,” music, with live singing to accompany fellow tour members and DWTS favorites, including pros Witney Carson, Peta Murgatroyd, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motsepe and Emma Slater. All-Stars winner Melissa Rycroft will host the tour.

RELATED VIDEO: Hear from Dancing with the Stars Winners Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy

Dancing with the Stars: Live!

covers 40 cities this summer. Willis’ dates include:

June 13: Atlantic City (Resorts Casino-Superstar Theatre)
June 14: Saratoga, New York (SPAC)
June 15: Washington, D.C. (Warner Theatre)
June 16-17: Morristown, New Jersey (Mayo PAC)
June 19: Worcester, Massachusetts (Hanover Theatre)
June 20: Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun)
June 21: Hershey, Pennsylvania (Giant Center)
July 5: Las Vegas (Venetian)
July 7: Boise, Idaho (Morrison Center)
July 8: Spokane, Washington (INB Performing Arts Center)
July 9: Seattle (Marion Oliver McCaw Hall)
July 10: Portland, Oregon (Keller Auditorium)
July 11: Redding, California (Redding Civic Auditorium)
July 12: Sacramento (Community Center Theater)
July 14: Bakersfield, California (Rabobank Arena)
July 15: Costa Mesa, California (Segerstrom Concert Hall)
Aug. 1: Evansville, Indiana (Old National Events Center)
Aug. 2: Louisville, Kentucky (Louisville Palace)
Aug. 4: Huntsville, Alabama (Van Braun Center)
Aug. 5: Charleston, West Virginia (Municipal Auditorium)
Aug. 6: Grand Rapids, Michicgan (Meijer Gardens)
Aug. 7: New Buffalo, Michigan (Four Winds Casino)
Aug. 8: Akron, Ohio (Akron Civic Auditorium)
Aug. 10: Interlochen, Michigan (Kresge Auditorium)
Aug. 11: Rockford, Illinois (Coronado Theater)

Tickets for the show can be purchased at

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